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All 162 Tigers games on TV this season

Tony Paul
The Detroit News

Detroit – No surprise, Tigers fans will get to watch all the games this season.

Fox Sports Detroit announced Wednesday that all 162 games will be on TV this year – a situation that has become the norm since the Tigers' resurgence began in 2006.

FSD will air 150 of the games, while Fox Sports 1, Fox, ESPN and ESPN2 will be broadcasting the rest.

FSD still hasn't unveiled a rotation schedule for analysts Kirk Gibson, Rod Allen and Jack Morris, who will take turns working with play-by-play man Mario Impemba.

Here are the games that won't be on FSD:

April 25, vs. Cleveland – FS1

May 9, vs. Kansas City – FS1

May 10, vs. Kansas City – ESPN

May 17, at St. Louis – ESPN

May 31, at L.A. Angels – ESPN2

June 6, at Chicago White Sox – Fox

June 20, at New York Yankees – Fox

July 11, at Minnesota – FS1

Aug. 2, at Baltimore – ESPN

Aug. 22, vs. Texas – FS1

Sept. 12, at Cleveland – FS1

Sept. 19, vs. Kansas City – FS1

Per usual, Fox Sports-Plus – a spillover channel for FSD – will air some April games because of conflicts with Red Wings and Pistons games.

The Tigers could make more national television appearances later in the season, if they're in the thick of the playoff race.